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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
Dec 11, 2011 (4:32 am)
I should have disclosed that it's a 4 door sedan......I think your looking for a coupe..
But anyway Kings Infiniti in Brooklyn....
I purchased a 2006 G35 coupe from them in 06 and they gave me an unbeatable price...
And to top this all off I did this over the phone and in about 10min.....
These guys down Kings like to move cars....and with there deals they do!
Best of luck Happy Holidays.....
#6604 of 8142 Re: G37x sedan [don2428]
Dec 11, 2011 (4:32 pm)
ok thanks, you got a great deal!
#6605 of 8142 2011 G37x Coupe
Dec 11, 2011 (8:56 pm)
Does anyone know what the residual and MF are for a 2011 G37x coupe? 36 or 39 month. 12k miles.
#6606 of 8142 G37x lease HELP!!!
Dec 12, 2011 (7:41 pm)
I currently have a 09 G37x that i am leasing for 506.50 a month 15k miles a yr. the dealer payoff is 25878.39. I have 8 months left on the lease. A dealer just offered me a 2011 G37x AWD+premium package for 450 a month to replace my 09 for just 1st month lease (450) + bank fee of 700 + reg fees. is this a good deal? I said I wanted the 2012... do u think I am asking for too much? is it a good deal for the 2011? should i not get a 2011 being that its almost 2012. I am in LI, NY
#6607 of 8142 G37x lease HELP!!! Please someone !!
Dec 13, 2011 (8:36 am)
I currently have a 09 G37x that i am leasing for 506.50 a month 15k miles a yr. the dealer payoff is 25878.39. I have 8 months left on the lease. A dealer just offered me a 2011 G37x AWD+premium package for 450 a month to replace my 09 for just 1st month lease (450) + bank fee of 700 + reg fees. is this a good deal? I said I wanted the 2012... do u think I am asking for too much? is it a good deal for the 2011? should i not get a 2011 being that its almost 2012... Do you think I can get a better deal than this?? I am in LI, NY.
#6608 of 8142 G37xs question
Dec 13, 2011 (12:03 pm)
Long time lurker, first post.
Opening offer from the dealer: 2012 G37xs (options below) 518/month including tax, 24 months at 15K miles/year. Residual is 68%, money factor is .00063. $1485 due at signing.
TRUNK MAT, CARGO
Freight Charge $895 (vehicle was not at local dealer)
The sale price is $40,811
$1,485 due at signing:
$518 1st payment
$700 acquisition fee
$190 Document fee
$15 title fee
$8 transfer fee
I have plugged the numbers into a lease spreadsheet but I cannot for the life of me get to the $518/month they are using. Truecar says similarly equiped is $38,249 haggle free, so I feel there is some wiggle room on the price. Thoughts on this? it seemed pretty attractive given the term. Thanks
#6609 of 8142 Re: G37xs question [natebmsu]
Dec 13, 2011 (1:21 pm)
couple of things I wanna point out that came to my mind and hopefully will answer your question about this lease offer.
1. The price you have negotiated is not a bad price but its not a great price either. The Invoice price for the same car is $40226. So try emailing a couple of different dealer & see if they'll match the offered price.
2. The $895 Freight fee, is a huge ripoff and I would recommend walking away from any dealership that is charging you the freight fee.(assuming this is not the destination fee. which I'm guessing is not judging from your post), That saving alone will take you to under invoice price range.
3. The monthly payment of $518 seems correct, just going strictly off your provided numbers I get $529.69/MO here in California with a tax rate of %8.75. Before tax it should be $487.07 anywhere in the country(Again doing the math using the numbers provided).
4. The MF looks amazing and translates to %1.512 APR which is a great number.
5. I would ask Car Man or a different dealer about the residual value of %68 just to be sure. To be honest with you I haven't seen the 24 month lease numbers so I don't know how accurate your dealer is.
6. Like you said the price is a little high and there is a little wiggle room. But if you can get the $38,249 the truecar price you mentioned your payment would be $378.70/MO before tax.
Good luck& Let me know how it goes
#6610 of 8142 Re: G37xs question [alen129]
Dec 13, 2011 (1:46 pm)
Thanks for the quick reply! very helpful.
For the freight, the dealer basically indicated that when I originally requested a sport model (not too popular in the mid west apparently), they did not have one in stock and would have to order from another dealership which would be additional $. I never asked them to do this but they went ahead and got the car up here anyways, believe me I dont want to pay that either!
I thought the guy was wrong on the MF as well, only problem is I cannot locate the MF and residual for a 24 month lease anywhere online to verify, plus it appears favorible so I am not too worried.
Lastly I do not know if the Truecar price reflects the $1,500 in dealer incentives right now, so its hard to say if the $38,249 is the floor.
Again thanks for your feedback
#6611 of 8142 Re: G37xs question [natebmsu]
Dec 13, 2011 (2:51 pm)
Usually the Truecar price includes all the incentives but alot of times Truecar fails to mentions which incentives are included in the calculating of the haggle free discount (which in my opinion is a shady way of calculating the discounts and shady business practice and leaves the consumer at the mercy of the dealers to deny or approve the use of incentives.) But again you never know your dealer might be desperate for a sale and match or beat the truecar price just so at the end of the month they can get an even bigger incentive and hold back from Infiniti itself.
About the freight charge, I think your dealer had the car on order and was gonna receive it anyway and they were just using that excuse to charge you $895 extra. Think about it, dealers use different ploys to charge extra fees. Lets assume you don't get the car, do u think they'll be able to charge the next guy the $895 freight fee? NO. Also do you think the dealer would want an unpopular car in mid west(according to your dealer) on their lot with no customers to want it? NO.